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The Supreme Court of the USA has decided to accept the consideration of the legality of the DACA Deferred Action Program.

The DACA Deferred Action Program, which protects some 700,000 young “Dreamers”, has been received by the Supreme Court of the United States to determine its legality, in which case will be reviewed in 2020 to later give a final verdict. The arguments of the parties involved will be heard – both proponents of the Program and its detractors (Federal Government) in the fall of this year.

It is important to inform that those young dreamers or “Dreamers” who have been protected by this Program must renew their work permits between 120 and 150 days before its expiration.

It is also important to note that the DACA Program only protects today the “Dreamers” registered as of September 5, 2017, the date on which the Federal Government canceled the benefit of this program.

On the other hand, it must be clarified that “Dreamers” who commit crimes or have a criminal record may not qualify to renew this deportation protection known as DACA.

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